Sep 8, 2012 10:00am EDT
in the 1990's was reaction to the affirmative- action case in the united states supreme court. the african-american community embraced president clinton in a way and deservedly so. he was young. he was hit. he played his saxophone on mtv. and young people, african- americans, saw somebody who would be the next generation of leaders in america. president obama, from the first time president clinton got elected, it is 20 years later. president obama comes into office -- four years ago, we were sitting here and lehman brothers had not collapsed yet. we were 13 days away from the lehman brothers collapse and our entire financial system being brought to its knees. our economy was shaken to the ground. that has been the issue that is front and center. that is what president obama is focused on. >> right here, please. >> polling is one thing and the other thing is the turnout. i just came out from colorado and you hear people talking about a silent majority. hispanics say they will vote for barack obama, if they vote. but the voter turnout may be very low. is that a problem you're seeing?